• Beware of Japan Aid Scams

    Security advisors such as the United States Computer Readiness Team (US-CERT) and the SANS Institute are warning people to watch out for online scams related to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief effort. US-CERT encourages users to take the following measures to protect themselves: Do not follow unsolicited web links or attachments in email messages Maintain up-to-date antivirus software Review

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  • SSL Deployment Mistakes

    In June, Ivan Ristic of Qualys SSL Labs made a presentation at the OWASP AppSec Research 2010 conference called Breaking SSL: Why leave to others what you can do yourself? Ivan contends that “SSL is a rare application security area where we can make things virtually 100% secure, with relatively small effort.”  However, he also points out that deployment mistakes

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  • What’s the deal with 2048-bit keys?

    Entrust has been getting a lot of questions about the move to 2048-bit RSA keys.  The move is causing some web administrators concern, so we thought it would be a good time to clarify the reasoning behind the move to 2048-bit keys. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) prepared a special report SP 800-57 in 2005 for

        in Secure Browsing, SSL Deployment, Technical
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  • EV, what’s the difference?

    With the acquisition of the VeriSign SSL business by Symantec, we’re getting a lot of questions about EV SSL certificates.  Is your EV the same as theirs?  Why is your EV so much cheaper?  What’s the difference? The bottom line is yes; our EV SSL certificates are the same as theirs.  In fact, EV SSL certificates from all certification authorities

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  • What’s the deal with 2048-bit keys?

    Entrust has been getting a lot of questions about the move to 2048-bit RSA keys.  The move is causing some web administrators concern, so we thought it would be a good time to clarify the reasoning behind the move to 2048-bit keys. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) prepared a special report SP 800-57 in 2005 for

        in Secure Browsing, SSL Deployment, ...
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  • EV, what’s the difference?

    With the acquisition of the VeriSign SSL business by Symantec, we’re getting a lot of questions about EV SSL certificates.  Is your EV the same as theirs?  Why is your EV so much cheaper?  What’s the difference? The bottom line is yes; our EV SSL certificates are the same as theirs.  In fact, EV SSL certificates from all certification authorities

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